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Android Circuit: New Galaxy S7 Screen Leaked, Facebook Is Hungry For Android, Samsung's Apple Attack

This week’s Android Circuit includes the ambient display on the Galaxy S7, benchmarks for #TheNextGalaxy, Facebook's hungry Android app, Microsoft's continued Android ambitions, the new pricing for the Amazon Fire, BlackBerry's staffing cuts, Samsung's potential run to the top of the US marketshare numbers, and Google's Safer Internet Day prize.

Android Circuit: Galaxy S7 Launch Date, Apple's Android App, Browser Wars As SamsungFightsGoogle

This week’s Android Circuit includes the launch dates for #TheNextGalaxy, Samsung accidentally confirming the S7 Edge, the updated Apple Music for Android app, BlackBerry's commitment to Android, Marshmallow's market share of Android, Samsung and Google kick of the browser wars and the ad blocking wars in one week, and Microsoft's purchase of SwiftKey.

Remember the Milk Gets a Total Overhaul with New Apps, New Design, and New Features

Web/Mac/iOS/Android/Blackberry/Fire: Remember the Milk was one of the first really big to-do apps out there, and today it’s vying for that spot again with a massive overhaul of every one of their apps. Read more...

Microsoft Buys Swiftkey, a Popular Keyboard App for $250 Million!

If you don’t know about Swiftkey, it is possible you have been using a Windows or a Blackberry for a very long time. Swiftkey is one of the most popular keyboard applications available on iOS and Android and is being used by over 300 Million users. Show More Summary

Built For BlackBerry App Program Shut Down

Many years ago, BlackBerry launched a Built for BlackBerry program (not to be confused with the Built for BlackBerry program meant for accessories). This is a program in which BlackBerry had attempted to foster some kind of ecosystem in which apps would be developed specifically for the BlackBerry 10 operating system. Show More Summary

Review: BlackBerry Priv for AT&T

The Priv is the first BlackBerry to ship with Google's Android operating system rather than BlackBerry's own BBOS. BlackBerry opted for Android in order to expand the number of apps available to the phone, but it was sure to install its key messaging and security services to make the Priv more attractive to potential business users. Show More Summary

BlackBerry Priv receives a mysterious Camera app update

BlackBerry updated the Priv’s camera app in the Google Play Store. But what exactly is in this update? Let’s take a look!

FlexiSpy, ShopKick, Roving Bugs and a New Breed of Spyware?

Given all the coverage of iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Windows Mobile apps lately,  I’m surprised I’ve seen relatively little discussion of the new privacy issues some apps present — particularly when they leverage phone resources such as the microphone.  Microphone spying may have been a small issue when many desktops didn’t have microphones or microphones […]

BlackBerry Priv receives its first update, includes camera tweaks and 16:9 photos

The BlackBerry Priv now has its first software update, which tweaks the phone’s camera app and adds some productivity and security improvements.

Blackberry Priv update improves camera and performance, app updates coming soon

2 months agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

Blackberry Priv is just about set to receive its first software upgrade since launch. While we thought Blackberry's first upgrade would simply be a monthly security patch, the company actually had a lot of changes to swing our way.

How to get all your existing Amazon apps on the BlackBerry Priv

A lot of people buying the new BlackBerry Priv are moving from other BlackBerry devices that aren't running Android. With the app situation the way it is for the BB10 platform, that means a lot of those folks will have quite a number of apps in the Amazon ecosystem. It's easy to get all of those back on your new Priv....

How to move your content from BlackBerry 10 to your new BlackBerry Priv

If you want to transfer your data from your old BlackBerry 10 smartphone to your new, Android powered Priv, you can use the BlackBerry Content Transfer app. The BlackBerry Content Transfer app allows you to move data from your Contacts, Calendar, Pictures, Videos, Music, Text messages (SMS), Notes, Tasks, Documents, Email accounts. Show More Summary

BlackBerry releases a Priv emulator for Android developers

The BlackBerry Priv is one of the few Android-based smartphones with a hardware keyboard. That means most developers are not used to creating apps that use such a feature. Now BlackBerry has solved this problem by offering a Priv hardware emulator to those developers....

BlackBerry Priv wallpapers, keyboard and apps ripped for download

A selection of apps and wallpapers from the new BlackBerry Priv smartphone have been ripped and are available to download.

You can now download the Blackberry keyboard, wallpapers and other apps for your non-PRIV Android phone

3 months agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

Want a taste of the Blackberry lifestyle but not willing to dish out $700 to buy the Blackberry Priv? Well, you can experience their side of the fence on your current Android phone. Some crafty folks at XDA have started pulling individual apps from the device, meaning you can download them right now and install them on your current Android phone for personal use.

How to enable app sideloading on your BlackBerry Priv

Out of the box, all Android phones are set so that only applications from Google Play can be downloaded and installed. It's a safety thing, and keeps you from installing those malicious applications you keep hearing about but don't know anyone who was ever affected by them. Show More Summary

How to change the recent apps view on the BlackBerry Priv

One of the few visual changes BlackBerry made to the user interface on the Priv over how Google does things was to the recent apps view. Some will like it, some will not. If you're a long time Android user you may well hanker for the traditional Rolodex view that's been with us since Lollipop debuted. Show More Summary

BlackBerry Priv Review: A New Hope, or the Last Hope?

3 months agoTechnology : Tom's Guide

BlackBerry's latest, and perhaps last, smartphone combines a physical keyboard, Android and a powerful suite of productivity apps.

Review: BlackBerry Priv

The first BlackBerry phone to run Android offers a blend of excellent messaging, security features, and apps, but it stumbles in some notable areas. The post Review: BlackBerry Priv appeared first on WIRED.

Tech Today: Analysts Cheer New HP Inc.; Top AppleTV Apps; BlackBerry’s Security Strategy

Here are some things going on in your world of tech: Both HP Inc. (HPQ) and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) are trading higher Monday after the record spinoff. Meg Whitman, the CEO of HPE and HP Inc. chairman, appeared on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” today and spoke about how the new company will help companies transform their […]

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